Hildegard's is one of my favorite restaurants. It has been under new ownership about a year now. I didn't think the food could get better, but I was wrong. My favorite dish is the Veal Schnitzle with hot potato salad. The veal is prepared upon order and is crispy yet buttery. My husband loves both the Reuben and the bratwurst dinner. Consider sharing an entree so that you can save room for dessert. There is not a bad choice when you order dessert, but my all-time favorites are the almond cheesecake or the over-sized cream horns. The spouse loves the German Chocolate cake or one of the many delicious tortes. The restaurant is tucked into an awkward space in a tiny strip mall. It is actually TWICE as large as it used to be--the original restaurant was in the area with the bar and dessert stand. The atmosphere and parking are a little underwhelming. However, sometimes the DH and I will just go for coffee (excellent) and dessert for our meal. The new owners have taken the original recipes from THE "Hildegard" (yes, a real woman and the one who started the restaurant) and have given them tiny tweaks to make wonderful recipes even better. Go for lunch if possible; seating can get difficult in the evenings.
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Just had a family gathering for my daughter's 20th birthday. The food was wonderful and they went out of their way to make things special for her. They had ballons and a Happy Birthday banner on the wall. I no longer have any teenagers, but no matter how old they get they love balloons. We were so stuffed, she had to get her Rasberry Chocolate Grenache Torte to go. Great German food, good beer on tap, desserts to die for and they are expanding soon. You go Hildegard! Did I mention the fried potatoes?
The food was amazing. The only thing I would change is to add Brochen to the menu as a way to absorb the extra gravy. I will be going again very soon.
Everything is Fantastic. ! Was a Great Dinner with Family and Frends! Iff I could I go their every Day. !!!